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Suikerbossie

Updated on August 25th, 2010  |  
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Suikerbossie

Designed by Fanakalo | Country: South Africa

This champagne packaging was designed to accompany an individual marriage proposal, but after seeing the label, Boer and Brit made it into a full range.

“The title ‘Suikerbossie ek wil jou he’ is an Afrikaans folk song that translates to ‘Sugarbush I want you so’. A sugarbush is a Protea flower, which also happens to be South Africa’s national flower.”

Suikerbossie

Suikerbossie

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Designed by Fanakalo | Country: South Africa

This champagne packaging was designed to accompany an individual marriage proposal, but after seeing the label, Boer and Brit made it into a full range.

“The title ‘Suikerbossie ek wil jou he’ is an Afrikaans folk song that translates to ‘Sugarbush I want you so’. A sugarbush is a Protea flower, which also happens to be South Africa’s national flower.”

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